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Hi, I just upgraded one of my sites from 4.x to 6.0.3 and everything seemed to go well. However, now the top /panelmenu bar is such a washed out color that it is unreadable. I've looked and looked and can't seem to find where to fix this at. Can someone help. To see what I'm refering to the site is at:
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Hi,

I think it's actually coming out completely blank. I'd check editing it as a Comcode page and seeing what's on it, and what redirects you might have in place.
It's hard for me to speculate as the default panel_top is usually not visible anyway.


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Ok, It is actually the zone menu that I'm referring to. It is not empty. My screen reader can navigate through the links and I can edit it using the link on the menu and in the menu editor as well. But I'm being told my sighted peple that it is almost if not impossible to read.
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Nope, perfectly readable :). When in the Admin or CMS zones it is faded out until you put the mouse over it, intentionally to make people focus more on the admin menu.


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How do I disable the fading in the CM zone?

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remove the rest of the script tag you edited to remove the loading animation


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I see. Done. Thanks.

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Makes perfect sense now. That's way too col. Thanks
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